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                  Customer generation (net metering)

                  Interested in adding solar panels or another form of customer generation (net metering)?

                  Through a program called net metering, residential, small business and industrial customers can generate their own electricity, up to 1 megawatt, to supplement the supply they get from Vectren. Net metering customers are charged only for the "net" power that they consume from Vectren that has accumulated over a designated period or, if their renewable energy-generating systems make more electricity than is consumed, they may be credited for the excess electricity contributed to the grid over that same period.

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